Case Studies

Ontario educators and organizations are using digital technology in creative and resourceful ways.

Explore our case studies to see how Ontario literacy practitioners apply digital technology to support learners’ self-confidence and self-reliance, encourage social connections and collaboration, provide flexibilities, manage systemic inequalities, streamline administration and program management processes and enhance professional learning for staff and volunteers.

Enhancing capacity and practice

Training series builds literacy educator’s skills and confidence

Anita Dhanjal, a community literacy worker, is changing the way she teaches digital skills with…

Case Studies

Unraveling your program’s technology challenges with support from an AlphaPlus…

Coaching Story: Niagara West Adult Learning Centre

Case Studies

Makerspace: Celebrating creativity in teaching

Educator Makerspace Story: Digital Storytelling in a Makerspace

Case Studies

Finding the right technology solution for hybrid delivery

Custom Solution Story: Literacy Network of Durham Region

Case Studies

Course for literacy instructors builds more than a digital toolbox

Planning your Digital Toolbox Story: What Susan Korstanje learned

Case Studies

Finding an innovative way to deliver course content online

Coaching Story: Spark Employment Services

Case Studies

See all case studies green arrow right

Our
Services

Check out our services to learn more about how we can help you to incorporate technology in teaching and program administration.

green arrow right

Illustrative
Case Studies

See the opportunities and challenges that program workers face as they integrate digital technology in adult literacy learning.

green arrow right

Wayfinders
Studio

Join literacy educators who are experimenting, piloting and reflecting on how digital technology can enhance learning.

green arrow right

Virtual
Showcases

Explore innovative uses of digital technology with programs and instructors who share their approaches, strategies and tips.

green arrow right